Dartmouth students present research at Harvard conference

Two Dartmouth Linguistics students presented their research at the 2016 Harvard Undergraduate Linguistics Conference April 9-10. Maggie Baird '18 presented a talk on Gulmancema word-final vowel deletion and reduction. Emily Grabowski '18 presented a phonetic study of vowel length and tone in Gulmancema. Both of these research projects began during Prof. Laura McPherson's LING 35 Field Methods class in fall 2015. See the Student Presentations page for more information about Dartmouth Linguistics students' conference presentations.